|Statement||[by] J. K. Mehta.|
|LC Classifications||HC79.I5 M4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 190 p.|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||sa 64007165|
The Economics of Growth first presents the main growth paradigms: the neoclassical model, the AK model, Romer's product variety model, and the Schumpeterian model. The text then builds on the main paradigms to shed light on the dynamic process of growth and development, discussing such topics as club convergence, directed technical change, the transition from Malthusian stagnation to sustained /5(11). Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of o results for Books: Business & Money: Economics: Development & Growth. Outline of the Book. The book comprises three parts. Part I presents the main growth paradigms: the neoclassical model (chapter 1), the AK model (chapter 2), Romer’s product- variety model (chapter 3), and the Schumpeterian model (chapter 4).File Size: 2MB. In the s supply-side economics (which sees economic growth as essential for improving the material health of society) was used as a policy tool by the Reagan administration. Another modern economic school that was influential in the Reagan years is monetarism; monetarists, such as Milton Friedman, believe that the money supply exerts a.
"The Political Economy of Growth" is a long essay on 20th century capitalism and its implications (mostly negative) for economic growth and development. The analysis is informed by Marxist concepts but isn't warped by Marxist dogma. The text is droll, almost Galbraithian, and hyper-alert to the cliches of capitalism. It's a pleasure to by: Northwestern economics professor Robert Gordon has a written a mostly very good and a very long book ( pages in the print edition) on the history of economic growth in the /5(). This title examines why some countries are rich and some are poor and why they differ in their levels of income and their rates of economic growth. The book is based on real data, and it features up-to-date coverage reflecting the most important findings of contemporary research. It presents a wealth of colourful examples, details, and anecdotes.4/5. This book covers the following topics: Managerial Economics, Objectives Of The Business Firm, Fundamental Economic Concepts, Law Of Demand, Demand Elasticity, Demand Forecasting, Consumer Behaviour: Cardinal Analysis, Ordinal Analysis, Production Function, Economies Of Scale, Cost Concepts, Price Determination: Perfect Competition And Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition And .
It covers the basic Solow model, endogenous innovations of both product-variety and quality-ladder types, and then takes on topics in development, the environment, and the take-off to sustained growth. It uses calculus and differential equations, but you can definitely adapt to teach it to students without that background (I do it every year). Updated June Here's a list of books on economic growth, ordered by year and then alphabetically by author. Bertola, Giuseppe, Foellmi, Reto and Zweimuller, Josef (). development within the context of a theory of economic growth. The assumption that there is a uniquely correct or at least a uniquely appropriate definition of economic growth, openly invites a very fundamental type of criticism. Economists and other social scientists jealously guard their right to define concepts as they see fit. The chapter ends with an application of disaggregated analysis in the energy-growth nexus for the United States in the period. Abstract This chapter analyzes the electricity-growth nexus in a context of energy transition from conventional to renewable sources.